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Paint adheres poorly to me anyway, on account of being covered in a greasy film.

Not to worry, Buglips, we're concocting a soap to counter that.

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Paint adheres poorly to me anyway, on account of being covered in a greasy film.

Not to worry, Buglips, we're concocting a soap to counter that.
Bet it will work on barbarians too...
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Paint adheres poorly to me anyway, on account of being covered in a greasy film.

Not to worry, Buglips, we're concocting a soap to counter that.
Bet it will work on barbarians too...

Lalalalalala I can't hear you!

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Thanks everybody. I'm not too impressed by it in real life, but it does look much better in the pictures. there any questions or comments that anyone would like to know?

Yes. Why are there suddenly a bunch of draconians, and why do I still have no dragonborn miniatures?

 

Gonna be time to start doing head swaps.

 

OK. So that is more of a statement. Love the paintjob though really. The skull looks good.

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Paint adheres poorly to me anyway, on account of being covered in a greasy film.

Not to worry, Buglips, we're concocting a soap to counter that.
Bet it will work on barbarians too...

Lalalalalala I can't hear you!

 

 

 

HE SAID IT WOULD WORK ON BARBARIANS TOO!!!!

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You know it's really not fair to treat the barbarians like that, right?

 

Eau du barbarian is the only defense they have against things after all!

 

*ducks and hides*

 

Love that figure btw, good job on redoing it!!

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Thunderous improvement.

 

Cooda told you about stripping the paint, though. I've never been able to find anything that will remove that baked on paint without damaging the plastic.

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Thanks everybody. I'm not too impressed by it in real life, but it does look much better in the pictures. there any questions or comments that anyone would like to know?

Yes. Why are there suddenly a bunch of draconians, and why do I still have no dragonborn miniatures?

 

Gonna be time to start doing head swaps.

 

OK. So that is more of a statement. Love the paintjob though really. The skull looks good.

 

 

Cut off draconian wings, add some dreads, instant dragonborn. Done.

 

 

 

 

Paint adheres poorly to me anyway, on account of being covered in a greasy film.

Not to worry, Buglips, we're concocting a soap to counter that.
Bet it will work on barbarians too...

Lalalalalala I can't hear you!

 

 

 

HE SAID IT WOULD WORK ON BARBARIANS TOO!!!!

 

Don't tease the barbarian, I already said that I wouldn't use soap on him. I prefer to have him at full strength when he faces off what I have planned for him.

 

Thunderous improvement.

 

Cooda told you about stripping the paint, though. I've never been able to find anything that will remove that baked on paint without damaging the plastic.

The hardest lessons are the ones most surely learned.

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